I have three great passions - communication, photography and Australia.
The first two are what I refer to as my professional passions. I have built and honed these skills over more than four decades of travel and work within Australia and around the world. My experience extends to all aspects of communication, from multi-media, web design and video production through to designing and delivering training and online learning packages. And, of course, photography.
My aspiration is to combine these skills to create a unique perspective of my third passion, Australia and its spectacular bio-diversity. Through the images and multimedia you will find on this site, I hope that you will come to share my passions and join me on an amazing journey.
I’ve been creative for as long as I can remember. I have always loved creating visual art and have been doing this for some period of time from illustration, design, web, animation, photography and film.
In recent years I have decided to leave the rat race behind and focus full time on my photography and videography. After spending 15 years developing professional digital creative solutions for 1000′s of clients, I always found myself still yearning for more freedom than the sometimes commercial constraints of the online creative industry. In saying that I still keep my feet firmly planted in that industry and occasionally take on an exciting new project or challenge that comes my way.
I'm an eco artist who has been painting Australian landscapes since I was 10 years old. I picked up photography in 2004 and was able to implement a lot of my art skills into my photography and found my knowledge of light, colour, harmony and composition gave me a great headstart. Since then I've been photographing wildlife, landscapes and seascapes all around Australia and the world.
Along the way I've been able to meet and work with some amazing artists and photographers who have helped me develop my skillset
As an eco artist I strive to create my art and photography with as little impact on the environment as possible. I also work and volunteer for environmental organisations which enables me to put back into the community and environment.
Craig and Jackie Adams
Craig and Jackie (‘spidergirl’) have featured in numerous National Geographic and Discovery Channel programs on the world's most venomous creatures. They have travelled to remote areas of Australia in search of venomous snakes and spiders for scientific purposes and for the collection of new data on endangered species and are acknowledged by their peers as the "go to" people in this field.
Recently Craig organised a successful field trip to film Fierce Snakes for the BBC’s Deadly 60. He worked alongside Steve Irwin as a consultant on his film "Oceans' Deadliest" and continues to work periodically with Steve's best friend John Stainton in an advisory and "to camera" role.